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Fil leads Storm men’s tennis nods

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — After its second-straight undefeated regular-season Great American Conference championship, the Southeastern Oklahoma State men’s tennis team dominated the postseason awards with Maxim Fil earning Player and Newcomer of the Year honors, Shawn Hamil winning Coach of the Year recognition and the trio of Fil, Alberto Blesa and Tiago Ferreira earning All-GAC honors.

SOSU women’s tennis duo honored

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — The Southeastern Oklahoma State women’s tennis team capped off its regular season Great American Conference championship with Darija Catipovic and Alexsandra Reljic earning first team All-GAC honors on Thursday night.

J.B. Webb — 1+1 equals 2 fish in Texoma

Now I’m just talking green fish here. For what the silver ones are doing you need to go to 6 Old Geezers web page. It’s a big help to people not familiar with the lake and where to fish, how deep and the kind of baits they need to catch them. Also there are a lot of photos of the day’s catches.

MacDonald signs with WC

Gunter senior pitcher/first baseman Reagan MacDonald (seated, center) signs a letter of intent to play baseball for Weatherford College on Wednesday with family members and coaches present.

SE’s Kramer earns GAC weekly award

DURANT — Following her performance in a series sweep of Southwestern Oklahoma State as well as her efforts in a midweek doubleheader sweep of Northeastern State, Sydney Kramer has been named the Great American Conference Player of the Week.

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SE sixth at GAC golf championship

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — Southeastern closed out the final round of the Great American Conference Championship with its lowest round of the tournament at 294, but was unable to improve its standing and finished sixth with a total score of 892 at the Hot Springs Country Club.

Storm to host football camps

DURANT — Southeastern football has scheduled a pair of summer camps for area youth interested in advancing their football skills, with a camp for grades 1-8 scheduled for June 19 and a second camp for high school athletes grades 9-12 on June 20.


TYLER — Whitesboro’s Mikayla Williams and Leonard’s Kirbie Stratton reached the semifinals of the region tournament with a pair of victories on Monday.